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Computer starts but do not start with xp

My computer starts but messesage is windows dose not starts successfully a recent hardware or software change might have cause this

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  • bjack733 Jan 09, 2009

    I have the same problem and have tried in safe mode but it doesn't rectify the problem.

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You should try starting in safemode, if no menu at start, just press F8 after the bios.
perhaps after a restart in safe mode it should have fixed itself, if you add some hardware try to remove it to try,

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